Parker is a great guy. He doesn't deserve to live out his golden years in foster care; he deserves an AMAZING forever home. Parker's ideal home would be an adult home with people who are capable of throwing the ball. All. The. Time. He LOVES to play ball, or stick, or whatever you'll throw. He'll drop it right back at your feet, and if you don't think it's close enough, just let him know and he'll bring it closer. Parker would also love to go for walks around the block and just hang out. He will entertain himself with toys if you don't want to engage w/him. He does not need a fenced yard! (but will still require full supervision when outside in an unenclosed area...just like every dog). He totally ignores our cats and livestock. Parker is okay w/other dogs, but would love to be an only dog, or have an equally easy going canine partner. He's past the puppy shenanigans. Parker needs a home where he can be who he is, be loved for who he is, and cherished for his remaining years.
Parker is amazing. It takes a pretty special person to earn the love of an old dog. Are you that lucky?